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New art gallery Nod-Art opens with group exhibition

10 April 2012, Tuesday /
Nod-Art, İstanbul’s newest art gallery, opened its doors to art lovers over the weekend with its first show, an international group exhibition that brings together the work of 30 artists from Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, Russia and Azerbaijan.

 İstanbul-based Uzbek artist Nodira İbrahim Öztürk, the owner of Nod-Art, also presents a selection of her works in the exhibition, which went on display on April 7 and runs through April 29. Nod-Art is located on Eski Çiçekçi Sokak, No: 3/5, in Beyoğlu.

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